Bay: A reddish-brownish colour, a bit like chestnut, but sometimes a very dark brown, almost black. Bay horses have black in the following spots – mane, tail, lower legs, ear tips.
Chestnut: A light reddish – brown colour with a mane and tail of about the same colour or lighter.
Palomino: A golden colour and an ivory-ish or white-blode coloured mane and tale.
Piebald: Black and white patches on the coat, mane and tail.
Dun: A little golden-ish, light brown, off white, or whatever you like with a black mane and tail.
Strawberry Roan: A reddy-brown colour with white speckles.
Skewbald: Brown and white patches on the coat, mane and tail.
White/Grey: White/Grey (white horses are also called grey)
Blue Roan: A black head/face and a few or no red hairs in the coat. Speckles of course, for this is a roan horse.
Bay Roan: Bay face/head. People sometimes call them blur roans, but that’s wrong, so if you’re reading my blog, then it is going to be called bay roan. They are a reddish bayish colour.
Brown Roan: Strawberry Roan or Red Roan.